Job Description

The Materials Manager (MM) is responsible for managing the day to day material activities for Magic Leap at the Operations location (purchasing, planning, and inventory control). The MM should develop and implement strategic material management initiatives that are in-line with both Magic Leap and Contract Manufacturing (CM) strategies in order to achieve a doable build plan to meet customer expectations.


The Materials Manager is responsible for all activities related to order fulfillment, from forecasts to delivery, including day-to-day communication and management of the CM partner globally. This person has a business orientation and is responsible for working within the local and remote Operations team driving order fulfillment. In this role, you will:

  • Review master schedule loading & changes to ensure alignment with Magic Leap S&OP, as well as being achievable given capacity and material constraints.
  • Monitor and drive to resolution to potential line-down material issues.
  • Act as the primary liaison between CM and team in Plantation monitoring, managing and driving the CM to assure goals/schedule is being met.
  • Participate on Forecast and Sizing Analysis.
  • Review master schedule loading & changes to ensure alignment with Magic Leap S&OP, as well as being achievable given capacity and material constraints.
  • Communicate forecast and verify fulfillment from a materials perspective.
  • Drive solutions to reduce and eliminate any shortages preventing meeting order schedule, including assisting in sourcing materials as required.
  • Schedule and host meetings with suppliers in US and/or globally as required reducing and eliminating shortages
  • Be responsible for Driving the CM Materials Metrics (K.P.I’s) and Actions when applicable.
  • May represent the materials organization in internal Magic Leap program meetings.
  • Create focus efforts for the CM to achieve & exceed Magic Leap goals in excess, high-stocks, obsolescence, inventory turns, RTV/MRB/RTC, on-time-delivery, MPS performance, and external material downtime.
  • Demonstrate Project Management skills that include project plan development, goals and objective development, implementation schedule, specification development, updates, evaluation and cost analysis.
  • Customer Order execution .
  • Purchasing planning parameters and PO data are 100% accurate.
  • Meet or exceed and continuously improve on related performance metrics objectives:
  • Supply Chan K.P.I’s track: Materials Downtime / Days of Supply / Potential Excess, Potential Obsolete Materials and High Stocks / MRB disposition / Early Receipts / Other applicable metrics as defined by Supervisor.
  • Some travel may be required


  • 7+ years of planning experience in a consumer market Segment Company
  • 2+ years of management of an CM partner
  • Experience sourcing electronic components including hard to find/obsolete parts
  • Experience with MS Office, specifically Excel
  • Understand the fundamentals and principles of MRP.
  • Experience and working knowledge of ERP systems
  • Good analytical/problem-solving skills
  • Good interpersonal/communication skills


  • 8-10 years of work experience
  • BA/BS in Supply Chain or Business Administration is preferred 

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

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